|Like many of Magnus Colcord Heurlin's paintings, this one is untitled and undated.|
|An untitled painting typical of Heurlin's|
style and content from the post-war era.
|Barrow, Alaska, today--not very inspirational. Imagine what it was in 1916.|
|Heurlin's paintings often tell a story, a |
trait from his days as an illustrator.
|Untitled, but probably from Heurlin's 1916-17 stint at Barrow. |
That appears to be a biplane in the sky.
|Alaska, Magnus Colcord Heurlin, |
probably from the 1940s
|Dogsledding through a Snow-covered Forest, Magnus Colcord Heurlin. |
The soft brushwork and low-contrast, subtle palette is perfectly in
keeping with the winter color range of the Alaskan wilderness.
|A Heurlin recruiting poster based|
based upon an earlier war bond poster
|Rusty Heurlin and a mural at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.|
|Paradise, Magnus Colcord Heurlin|